2011 ~ OM NAMO VENKATESAYA
!!! Lord Venkateswara staying in Tirumala Vaikuntam !!! Govinda Narayana Srinivasa Parandhama Pahimam Pahimam!!!.
!!! Chant Govindaa! Govindaa!! Govinda!!! Edukondalavadaa Venkataramanaa Govindaa Govinda!!!

Friday, December 23, 2011

EKADASI AND DWADASI TICKETS GETS OVERWHELMING RESPONSE


 The Rs.300 and Rs.100 issued by TTD to the local pilgrims in e-Darshan counters at Mahati Auditorium in Tirupati on Wednesday for Vaikunta Ekadasi and Dwadasi occasions, received overwhelming response from the masses.
The issuance of these tickets started by 9am on Wednesday in two e-Darshan counters at Mahati auditorium. However within couple of hours serpentine queue lines have become the order of the day with devotees pouring in to buy these tickets. Tirumala Joint EO Sri KS Srinivasa Raju who personally monitored the situation, immediately directed the officials to start three more ticket issuing counters including one inside Bhudevi Complex near Old Alipiri Bus stand and two more near Alipiri luggage counters to avoid long waiting hours for the devotees in obtainining the tickets.
Later speaking to media persons the Joint EO of Tirumala said, With a noble aim TTD has introduced issuance of Rs.300 and Rs.100 tickets on the two important festive occasions of Vaikuntha Ekadasi and Vaikuntha Dwadasi (which falls on 2012 January 5 and 6 respectively) for the sake of the pilgrims with a ceiling limit of 5000 and 30thousand tickets respectively. Out of this a quota of one thousand Rs.300 tickets(five hundred tickets on each day) and ten thousand tickets of Rs.100(five thousand tickets on each day) has been allotted for the local devotees. "The Rs.100 ticket holders have to mandatorily trek Tirumala either through Alipiri or by Srivari Mettu footpath routes. Their tickets will be verified in the ticket counters located along these two foot path routes", he added.

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

March 18, 2012 – Papmochani Ekadasi

March 18, 2012 – Papmochani Ekadasi 



Papamocani Ekadasi, or Papamochini Ekadashi, is observed during the waning phase of moon in the month of March – April. In 2012, the date of Papamochini Ekadasi is March 18. It is believed that observing Papamochini Ekadasi will help in the redemption of sins. Ekadasi fasting is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is observed on the 11th day of waning and waxing phase of moon in traditional Hindu calendar.
The importance of Papamocani Ekadasi was mentioned to Yudhishtira by Lord Krishna and is found in the Bhavishyottara Purana. Legend has it that an Apasara named Manju Ghosha lured Sage Medhavi into married life. After several years, the Apasara wanted to return back to Devaloka but this was objected by the Sage. But the Apsara was unwilling to listen to the sage and in anger he cursed the Apsara and turned her into a witch. The sage told her that she will be relieved of the curse by observing Papamochini Ekadashi.
The sage too felt that he too had committed sins by falling into the trap of the Apsara and he too decided to observe Papamochini Ekadashi. Papa means ‘sin’ and ‘Mochini’ means to escape. Thus this Ekadashi exclusively helps in destroying sins and guilt associated with the sins committed.
All the normal rules associated with the Ekadasi fasting is observed during Papamochini Ekadasi.


March 4, 2012 – Amalaki Ekadasi – Amalki Ekadashi

March 4, 2012 – Amalaki Ekadasi – Amalki Ekadashi



Amalaki Ekadasi, also written as Amlaki or Aamalaki Ekadashi, occurs during the waxing phase of the moon in February – March. In 2012, the date of Amalaki Ekadasi is March 4. Ekadasi fasting is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is observed on the 11th day of waning and waxing phase of moon in a traditional Hindu calendar. The greatness of Amalaki Ekadashi was narrated by Sage Valmiki and is mentioned in the Brahmanda Purana.
It is believed that by observing Amalaki Ekadasi, a devotee attains Moksha and washes away all the sins committed. Special pujas and offerings are made of Amalaki Tree and Lord Parashurama on the day.
There are numerous folk tales and stories in Puranas that extols the greatness of Amalaki Ekadasi.
Most devotees fast on the day and keep vigil in the night. Those people observing partial fasting abstain from food made of rice.

February 17, 2012 – Vijaya Ekadashi


February 17, 2012 – Vijaya Ekadashi

Vijaya Ekadashi occurs during the waning phase of moon (Krishna Paksha) in February – March. In 2012, the date of Vijaya Ekadashi is February 17 - Smarta and February 18 - Vaishnava. The greatness of this Ekadasi is mentioned in the Skanda Purana and observing of Vijaya Ekadasi helps in removing all the guilt associated with sins committed and also helps in attaining victory. It is believed that Lord Ram observed Vijaya Ekadashi to cross the ocean to reach Lanka and defeat Ravana.
The importance of Vijaya Ekadasi was narrated to Narada by Lord Brahma. Legend has it that when Lord Ram and his army – the Vanarasena – was searching for a means to cross the ocean to reach Lanka, Lakshmana mentioned about a great a Sage who lived nearby and said that perhaps he might provide us with a solution.
It is this sage who mentioned about Vijaya Ekadashi to Lord Ram and its benefits – observing it will help in being victorious.
All the normal rules associated with Ekadashi fasting is observed during Vijaya Ekadasi. Some people don’t sleep on the day. Grains and food made of rice are strictly avoided.

February 3, 2012 - Jaya Ekadasi - Bhoumi and Bheeshma Ekadasi


February 3, 2012 - Jaya Ekadasi - Bhoumi and Bheeshma Ekadasi

Bhoumi Ekadashi is observed in the Shukla Paksha of Magha Month in Orissa during the waxing phase of the moon. Bhoumi Ekadasi is of great significance at the Lord Jagannath Temple in Puri. In 2012, the date of Bhoumi Ekadasi is February 3. This Ekadasi is also observed as Jaya Ekadasi and Bhishma Ekadashi by other Hindu communities.
Special pujas and rituals dedicated to Lord Jaganntah are held on Bhoumi Ekadashi. It is an auspicious day at all Jagannath temples around the world.
Ekadasi is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and it falls on the on the eleventh day of every lunar fortnight in traditional Hindu calendar. Vishnu devotees fast on the day and some devotees keep vigil during night.

January 19, 2012 – Putrada Ekadasi


Ekadasi is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is observed on the 11th day of waning and waxing phase of moon in traditional Hindu calendar. It is believed that by fasting on Putrada Ekadasi one is relieved of all the sins committed. The greatness of this Ekadasi was explained to Yudhishtira by Lord Krishna and is found in the Bhavisyotara Purana.
There is a popular belief that married couples without children will be blessed with children if they observe Putrada Ekadasi.
Most Vishnu devotees fast on the day and some devotees do not sleep. Those people observing partial fasting abstain from food made of rice.

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Margali Masam begins December 17, 2011 in Tamil Calendar


Margazhi Month, or Margali Masam, is a highly auspicious period in Tamil Calendar. In the Bhagavad Gita, Sri Krishna says ‘Maasanam Margasheershoham’ - among the twelve months, I am Margazhi. Margazhi month is from December 17, 2011 to January 14, 2012.
 The month is kept aside for spiritual activities and the chanting of Thiruvaimozhi and Tiruppavai of Andal.
Vaikunta Ekadasi fasting is observed in this month.
Another ritual in the month is the Pavai Nombu.
 Hanuman Jayanti is Tamil culture is also observed in this month.
Arudra Darshan festival dedicated to the Nataraja form of Shiva is also observed in the month. Apart from this thousands of classical music concerts and dance programs are held in the month.
The month ends with the Bhogi Pongal ritual.
Tiruppavai is recited as morning prayer during the month of Margazhi at the Tirumala Tirupati Temple.

Monday, December 5, 2011

Ekadasi 2012 - Ekadashi Calendar Fasting Dates


Ekadasi 2012
January 5, 2012 – Shattila Ekadashi – Satila Ekadasi - Vaikunta Ekadasi
January 19, 2012 – Putrada Ekadasi
February 3, 2012 - Jaya Ekadasi - Bhoumi and Bheeshma Ekadasi
February 17, 2012 – Vijaya Ekadashi
March 4, 2012 – Amalaki Ekadasi – Amalki Ekadashi
March 18, 2012 – Papmochani Ekadasi
April 3, 2012 – Kamda Ekadasi – Kamada Ekadashi
April 16, 2012 – Varuthini Ekadashi
May 2, 2012 – Mohini Ekadasi (In some regions, this Ekadasi is on May 14)
May 16, 2012 – Apara Ekadashi
May 31, 2012 – Bhim Ekadasi – Bhima Nirjala Ekadasi

June 15, 2012 – Yogini Ekadasi
June 30, 2012 – Devshayani Ekadashi – Sayana Ekadasi - Ashadi Ekadasi

July 14, 2012 – Kamika Ekadasi
July 29, 2012 - Pavitra Ekadasi – Putrada Ekadashi
August 13, 2012 – Aja Ekadasi – Annada Ekadashi
August 27, 2012 - Padmini Ekadasi - Adika Masa Ekadasi

Friday, December 2, 2011

INAUGURATION OF INFORMATION CENTRE, E-DARSHAN COUNTER AND PRAYER HALL IN MUMBAI





The Mumbai city and pilgrim city of Tirupati shares a great spiritual bonding as the former houses the temple of Kolhapur Lakshmi Devi and the later Universal God, Lord Venkateswara and aspired that the relationship has been enhanced with TTD setting up information centre in Mumbai said the Maharastra government cabinet minister for Rural Development Sri Jayanth Patil.
After inaugurating the sophisticated Information centre in Sion West, Mumbai on Thursday in his Chief Guest address, the honourable minister said, the Lord of Riches has finally showered his blessings on the country's commercial capital which is facing its bad phase of economic growth. "With the blessings of Lord of Lords, now nobody can stop our growth", he asserted.
He asked the TTD to enhance dharmic and spiritual activities in the state of Maharastra. "About 40% of devotees to Shiridi temple are from Andhra Pradesh and similarly the temple town of Tirumala witnesses huge turn out of pilgrims from Maharastra. We not only reciprocate spiritual but also cultural relations. This bonding should grow to further levels in future", he aspired. The minister said the Maharastra government will extend full support to TTD to construct Lord Balaji temple in Mumbai", he added.
Sri Satej Patil, Minister for Home in government of Maharastra after inaugurating the e-darshan counter asked TTD to start another counter at Kolhapur. "We are so grateful to the temple management for offering silk vastrams to Goddess Lakshmi Devi every year", he added.
Later Sri Sachin Ahir, Minister of state for Housing in Maharastra cabinet who inaugurated the prayer hall in the information centre said Mumbai has a population of about one crore. "This information centre is sure to benefit the devotees of Lord Venkateswara to plan their pilgrimage to Tirumala", he added. He said TTD should set up information counter in every district of Maharastra. "We will extend our full support to TTD to construct Lord Balaji temple in Mumbai", he added.
Speaking on the occasion TTD's Board Chief Sri Kanumuru Bapiraju said the massive success behind the growth of the temple administration of Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams is the spirit of team work extended by its 10 thousand plus strong work force. "The recent brahmotsavams of Lord Venkateswara and Goddess Padmavathi are the best instances. We will continue the same spirit in organing religious and dharmic events across the country in future also. We are contemplating to organise Kalyanotsavams in four areas in Mumbai city soon", he added. Later he thanked Sri Jain, the owner of the building for providing the space to TTD to set up the information centre.
Later TTD EO Sri LV Subramanyam said, the information centre in Mumbai has come up in the right time as the number of pilgrims to Tirumala from Maharastra are increasing by leaps and bounds day by day. He said the Balaji temple which is set to come up in Mumbai in future is sure to give religious delight to the denizens in the commercial capital of India. "If the Vibrant Mumbai turns in Spiritual Mumbai then the growth of the country becomes unstoppable", he asserted.
TTD JEO Tirupati Sri P Venkatrami Reddy, CVSO Sri MK Singh, SE Sri Ramachandra Reddy, EE Sri Nageshwara Rao, Addl F.A&C.A.O, Sri O.Balaji, Special officer Sri Murali Krishna, other diginitaries Sri Kripa Shankar Singh, Sri Raviraj, local advisory committee members Sri Ranganathan, Dr Geetha Kasturi, Sri Sameer Mehta,  Sri  Kadambari were also present.

ANNUAL PUSHPA YAGAM IN SRI PADMAVATHI AMMAVARI TEMPLE





Pushpa   Yagam  was performed in Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple, Tiruchanur with admist religious fervour and vedic chantings for two hours from 5pm to 8pm on wednesday.
Nearly nine metric tonnes, comprising eighteen varieties of scented flowers like  Sampangi,  chrysanthemum, rose, lily, thulasi, Scent jaji, Lotus, Kaluva, Manoranjitham, Bilvam, paneer leaves,Dhavanam,Malli, Kankambaram, Ganneru, Mogilietc. were selected and used for the ritual. ‘Snapana Tirumanjanam’ was performed earlier in the day to the processional deity of Goddess Padmavathi at the ‘Mukha Mandapam’. Later, baskets full of colourful flowers were taken out in a procession from Asthana Mandapam to the Ammavari temple.
Around 200 devotees took part paying a fee of Rs.516 per couple. The participants were given gifts comprising a 5 gram silver dollar, an ‘angavasthram’, a blouse piece, two ‘laddus’ and two ‘vadas’.

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

TIRUCHANOOR PANCHAMI THEERTHAM (CHAKRA SNANAM )








The holy Padmasarovaram-the temple tank in the abode of Goddess Padmavati, turned into a sea of devotees on Tuesday with tens of thousands of pilgrims hailing from across the country participating in Panchami Theertham, the most important ritual of the annual Kartheeka Brahmotsavams.
Panchami Theertham is a celebration of the manifestation of Sri Padmavati Devi in a Golden Lotus in Padma Sarovaram on Sukla Panchami of Kartheeka month. The rituals commenced with the grand procession of temple elephant during the wee hours from Tirumala to Tiruchanoor which carried the "Sare"(gift from Lord to his beloved consort comprising turmeric,kumkum, tulsi etc.) on this ceremonious occasion. After rendering special pujas the temple priests performed Snapana Tirumanjanam(celestial bath with milk, honey, turmeric, coconut water and turmeric) to Chakrattalwar and processional deity of Goddess Padmavathi  in the specially decorated mandapam in the temple tank. While performing puja as per Pancharatra Agama, the priests adorned the deities with specially made Cardamom, Kuruveru(a type rivergrass), American rasp berry, cherry garlands which fascinated the devotees.
After the end of the hour-long  ritual, Sudarshana Chakram was taken into Padma Pushkarini for a holy dip at around 11.50am in the holy Kumbha lagnam. Thousands of devotees took a holy dip in the temple tank along with Chakrathalvar hailing the Goddess and chanting Govindanamam.
The TTD made elaborate arrangements for Panchami Theertham, which went off smoothly marking the conclusion of the nine-day annual temple festival. About 50thousand pilgrims were served free food-Annadanam in Tholappa Gardens on the occasion.
Dhwajavarohanam, the lowering ceremony of the celestial flag will be performed in the evening of Friday between 7:30pm to 10:00pm marking the successful completion of the mega religious event.

8th DAY OF PADMAVATHI KARTHEEKA BRAHMOTSAVAM- PROCESSION OF RATHOTSAVAM




Thousands of devotees participated in the Rathothsavam' as part of the annual Kartheeka Brahmotsavams at the Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple in Tiruchanur on Monday.
They enthusiastically dragged the flower-decked wooden chariot, with the presiding deity, Goddess Padmavathi, seated in it, through the four Mada streets around the Pushkarini (temple tank). Earlier, at 5.20 a.m. the priests performed the sacrificial rituals to the chariot and brought out the deity in a procession to the `Ratha Mandapam,' the starting point of the chariot-ride.
`Ratharohanam,' the process of seating the deity on the chariot was performed in the auspicious hours of `Vruschika Lagnam.' At 7.15 a.m., the officials signalled to the devotees to start pulling the huge rope connected to the chariot, and the gigantic vehicle slowly started rolling down the streets.


Sunday, November 27, 2011

7th DAY OF PADMAVATHI KARTHEEKA BRAHMOTSAVAM- PROCESSION OF SURYA PRABHA VAHANAM





 Processional Diety of Goddess Padmavathi in the form of Sri Vedanarayana Swamy varu is taken out in procession atop Suryaparabha  Vahanam  on 7th day of ongoing Annual Kartheeka Brahmotsavam at Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple in Tiruchanur on Sunday morning.
TTD Chairman Sri K.Bapi Raju released a book titled “Sri Prashara Bhattar anugraha Sri Guna rathna koshamu” written by Sriman Kanduri Srinivasacharyulu


Saturday, November 26, 2011

5th DAY OF PADMAVATHI KARTHEEKA BRAHMOTSAVAM- PROCESSION OF GAJA VAHANAM




The Goddess Sri Padmavathi Devi seated on mighty golden divine elephant vehicle, enthralled the devotees with all splendour and grandeur on the fifth-day night on the occasion of the most famous “ Gaja  Vahanam” procession on Friday as part of the ongoing nine-day Karthika Brahmotsavams at Tiruchanoor.
 Like Garuda  Vahanam which is considered to be most important vehicle for Lord Venkateswara, similarly  GajaVahanam is often considered as the prominent of vehicles of Goddess Padmavathi. This significance for Divine elephant has been attributed in various ways with many puranic references. Elephant is not only considered mighty just because of its size but of its intelligence, martial skills and divinity. Goddess Pamdavathi represents wealth, prosperity, brightness, light, wisdom, fortune, fertility, generosity and courage. She symbolizes royal elegance, beauty, grace and charm and hence she prefers to take a pleasure ride on the “Royal Elephant” which is her favourite ride during the Brahmotsavams.

18 ton coins old coins with TTD




·        About 6 tonnes foreign coins
·        Coins of copper, bronze and steel
·        TTD to set up coin galleries in national musuems
·        Use such galleries  for promotion of Sanathana dharma
The Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams has launched a n exercise  to assess the value and antiquity of  the nearly 18 tonnes of old  indian and  foreign coins collected in its Hundis since several years.
TTD EO Sri L V Subramanyam said that  a team of  coin experts – numismats have been pressed into service  to assess their value and antiquity  so that  the rest could be  disposed off suitably at a later date.
He said  the coin experts  drawn from the Archeological Survey of India and the state archeology had already begun the exercise  and were expected to complete the scrutiny  by November  29 th.
The EO said that  the  huge stock of  coins  were being  categorised  on the basis of metal, country  and also  size. They comprise of  copper, bronze and steel besides from countries  like  US , Malaysia, Singapore, Srilanka, Australia, New zeland, UK, South Africa, Canada,Nepall, Thailand and also arab countries  .’The foreign coins are approximately  6 tonnes ‘ he said.
Sri  Subramanayam said  on the basis of the number of   antique  coins, the TTD  is mulling over a program to set up gallries in prominent musuems across the country for display of its coin collection .’We want to utilise the opportunity to show case Sanatana dharma , through coins by setting up such gallries in musuems across the country he said.
TTD EO  said  devotees came to know more about  the glory and granduer of  Lord Venkateswara only after they were heralded in the copper plates  of Annamacharya .’ Same way the glory of Lord Venkateswara across nations will also   be known to people through the gallries’, he said.
EO Sri L V Subramanayam , JEO Sri  K S Srinivas Raju, JEO Sri K Venkatrami Reddy ( Tirupati), CVSO Sri M K Singh  and numismatic experts  Prof A V  Narasimhamurthy , Dr Rajaram Sri Muniratham Redddy particiapted in the event.

4th DAY OF PADMAVATHI KARTHEEKA BRAHMOTSAVAM- PROCESSION OF KALPA VRIKSHA VAHANAM VAHANAM







On the fourth day of the festival the Processional Deity of Goddess Padmavathi is taken out in procession on Kalpa Vruksha as his vehicle signifying that he is the giver of boons to his devotees and fulfills their wishes.
After darshan of Goddess Padmavathi, the Hon’ble Speaker has released Telugu Panchagam Calendar in front of Kalpariksha Vahanam.



Wednesday, November 23, 2011

3rd DAY OF PADMAVATHI KARTHEEKA BRAHMOTSAVAM- PROCESSION OF MUTHYAPU PANDIRI VAHANAM







Processional deity of Goddess Padmavathi is taken out in procession of tastefully decorated ` Muthyapu   pandiri   vahanam  as part of ongoing Annual Kartheeka Brahmotsavam in Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple, Tiruchanur near Tirupati on Wednesday morning.

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

2ND DAY OF PADMAVATHI KARTHEEKA BRAHMOTSAVAM- PROCESSION OF PEDDASESHA VAHANAM






The Divine vehicle on which Goddess  Padmavathi  is carried is called Pedda Seshavahana and is believed to be the manifestation of Adisesha, the thousand-headed serpent King on whom Lord  Sri  Maha Vishnu has taken ride  Serpent ‘Adi Sesha’. The pilgrims were blessed to see the Goddess on this celestial vahanam on the second day morning of the Brahmotavams on November 22 which took place between 8:00am to 9:30am. There is a strong belief among the pilgrims that a glimpse of Goddess on the procession of the serpent vahanam will bring salvation and that there will be no re-birth.
Sri K.Bapi Raju, Chairman TTDs released book titled “BAGAVATHA MAHAPURNAM” and book written by Dr. Medanasi Mohan titled “ALEMELU MANGA VAIBHOVAM” in front of temple premises on Tuesday
Sri L.V.Subramanyam, Executive Officer, Sri Venkatarami Reddy, Joint Executive Officer, Sri M.K.Singh, C.V&S.O, Sri Gopalakrishna, DyEO(PAT), Sri Venugopal, AEO, Sri  Ramachandra Reddy, Supdt Engineer,  Sri  Manohar,VGO, Temple staff and devotees took part.



Monday, November 21, 2011

TTD released calendar and diary for 2012



TTD released calendar and diary for 2012. Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams, which manages the famous hill temple of Lord Venkateshwara in Tirumala, has released and commenced the sale of diaries and calendars of 2012. The diaries and calendars carrying the images of Lord Venkateswara and Goddess Padmavathi could be purchased at the TTD Information Centers all around India.

calendar cost : 75 /- Rs

Dairy cost :  100/- Rs 



ASTHOTTARA SATHA KUNDATHMAKA MAHA SANTHI YAGAM -Srinivasa Mangapuram






Astottara Sathakundathamaka Maha Santhi Yagam is a typical form of fire sacrifice performed to please the deities for providing peace, prosperity and happiness for the mankind. It is also a process of propitiating the deities who look after the various aspects of human welfare, the TTD has been organising similar programme whenever the instances of deities and catastrophe are citied are signalled by the pundits. It is a good fortune that Lord Venkateswara is pleased to fructify the objectives of the Yaga. This time with 108 Yaga kundas, the Maha Santhi Yaga is being organised at Srinivasa Mangapuram.
The Hon’ble Chairman Sri K.Bapi Raju has today prayed Lord Venkateswara Swamy for well being of the state and country. The Chairman has participated in “ASTHOTTARA SATHAKUNDATHMAKA MAHA SANTHI   YAGAM” organized by TTD in Srinivasa Mangapuram near Tirupati. The Chairman took “Sankalpam” for the good of state on this sacred occasion as the 108 Rithviks recited Vedic mantras and performed Purnahuthi, also performed snapana tirumanjanam to Sri Chakrathalwar.
Sri L.V.Subramanyam, Executive Officer, TTD Joint Executive Officer Sri Venkatrami Reddy, TTD Officers Sri Sudhakar Rao, Sri Nageswara Rao, Smt. Jhansi Rani, Sri Gopalakrishna, TTD Vaikhanasa Agama Advisor Sri Vedantam Vishnu Battacharyulu, Srinivasa Charyulu and 150 Veda pundits participated in the Yagam.


LAKSHA KUMKUMA ARCHANA IN SRI PADMAVATHI AMMAVARI TEMPLE



Temple Priests of Ammavari Temple performed Laksha KumKuma Archana from 7AM to 1.OOPM in Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple, Tiruchanur on Sunday.

SRI PADMAVATHI AMMAVARI ANNUAL KARTHEEKA BRAHMOTSAVAM BEGINS




Dwajarohanam was performed in the famous temple of Sri Padmavathi Ammavari Temple, signalling the commencement of the nine-day annual Kartheeka Brahmotsavam of  Goddess Padmavathi on Monday.
The sacred yellow cloth flag with the imprint of Gaja , the celestial carrier of Goddess Padmavathi, was hoisted atop the golden flag post, `Dwajasthambham,' situated inside the temple complex at the auspicious `Dhanur lagnam' between 9.45am to 10.00 am. amidst the traditional recitation of Vedic hymns by temple priests.
Later Sri K.Bapi Raju released a book titled “Sri PADMAVATHI AMMAVARI VAHANA SEVALU inside Temple premises
Sri L.V.Subramanyam, Executive Officer, Sri Venkatarami Reddy, Joint Executive Officer, Sri M.K.Singh, C.V&S.O, Sri Chinta Mohan,MP, Sri Gopalakrishna, DyEO(PAT), Sri Venugopal, AEO, Temple staff & devotees witnessed the celestial function.

Monday, November 14, 2011

Masa Shivratri 2011 – Shivaratri Days in a Month - Mas Sivaratri Vrat in 2011

Masa Shivaratri, or Mas Shivratri, falls on the Krishna Paksha Chaturdasi of each traditional Hindu lunar month. Below are the dates of Shivratri in 2011. ‘Krishna Paksha’ is the dark fortnight of a lunar month. It is the 13th day after full moon (Purnima) or more easy calculation one or two days before Amavasi. Shiva devotees observe the day with vrat, special prayers and pujas. Some devotees also keep vigil all night as in Mahashivratri.

Shivratri is celebrated a night before ‘amavasya’ (full dark night) in the month of Magh or phalgun (February – March). The significance of Shivaratri is closely associated with ‘amavasya.’ Amavasya represents Kaliyuga. Lord Shiva appeared just before the beginning of Kaliyuga to rid the world of evil and ignorance, which is symbolically represented through Amavasya. Therefore Mahashivratri is celebrated to get rid of evil and ignorance.
On the Shivratri day, Lord Shiva is worshiped in a special form of Linga called ‘Lingodabhavamurti or Jyotirlinga.’ It is a lingam in the form of fire which has neither a beginning nor an end. It must be noted here that ‘linga’ only means ‘sign.’ And it is merely an attempt to capture the formless.
Apart from this there are numerous legends and myths associated with Shivratri. An important myth is that Shivaratri is the birthday of Lord Shiva – this is mainly because the formless Lord Shiva appeared for the first time in the form of ‘Lingodabhavamurti’ before Lord Vishnu and Brahma.
Other important myths include that of Taandava, the consummation of poison during the churning of ocean, hunter accidentally dropping the leaves of bilva, the loss of importance of ketki flower, which is now only offered during shivaratri.

Monday, November 7, 2011

KAISIKA DWADASI AND KARTHIKA VANABHOJANOTSAVAM CELEBRATED WITH RELIGIOUS FERVOUR






The two important festivals, Kaisika Dwadasi and Karthika Vanabhojanotsavam have been celebrated with religious fervour in Tirumala on Monday.

Earlier in the wee hours, around 4:30am Ugra Srinivasamurthy flanked by Sri Devi and Bhu Devi were taken on a procession along four mada streets and reached the temple before sun rise. Later Kaisika Dwadasi Asthanam has been performed by the temple priests. It is only on this day in the entire year that the deity of Ugra Srinivasa Murthy is brought out of the temple.

Later in the day, following Karthika Vanabhojanotsavam, the temple priests performed Visesha Samarpana to the processional deities of Lord Malayappa Swamy and his consorts. After tastefully decorating the deities, they were brought to Vahana Mandapam. Samarpana was again performed here and later the processional deity of Lord Malayappa seated on small Gaja Vahanam and his consorts in Tiruchi were taken out to Paruveta Mandapam in a colourful procession. Bhajan troupes, children in the guise of deities stood as a special attraction all along the route.

Later Snapana Tirumanjanam has been performed with religious fervour to the utsava murthies at Paruveta Mandapam. The deities were seated on a huge golden platform and Tirumanajanam was performed first with spices water followed by milk, curd, honey, coconut water, turmeric paste and finally sandal paste was applied to the deities. Later the deities who were draped in white silk clothes were adorned with Tulsi garlands and the priests in the presence of Tirumala Pedda Jiyangar and Chinna Jiyangar and other officials offered Nakshatra Arti and special arti to the deities marking the completion of the Tirumanjanam ceremony. Later the deities were decorated in colourful silk vastrams and dazzling diamond studded gold jewels and were seated on a special mandapam inside Paruveta Mandapam.

The holy hills reverberated with the chanting of "Govinda Namas" of the pilgrims who thronged to witness the colourful ceremony. Later all the TTD officials and pilgrims took part in the Karthika Vanabhojanam festival.

Later speaking to media persons the TTD board chief Sri Kanumuri Bapiraju said, "It was a momentous occasion to celebrate to festivals, Kaisika Dwadasi and Karthika Vanabhojanotsavam on single day. The pilgrims had darshan as well as the delicious prasadam in the presence of Lord", he added. Later the TTD EO Sri LV Subramanyam said, Tamil devotee Bhakta Nambaduvan sang the song in praise of Lord in Kaisika ragam and hence the festival got the name Kaisika Dwadasi. "Today this festival is being observed in all harijanwadas across the state. It is during this festival that the devotees have their community meals in the presence of Lord signifying the bond between Bhagavan and Bhakta", he added.

The kirtans sung by Annamacharya project artistes and Harikatha Parayanam stood as special attraction to the pilgrims on this festive occasion.

Joint EOs Sri KS Srinivasa Raju, Sri Venkatrami Reddy, CVSO Sri MK Singh, ACVSO Sri Shivakumar Reddy, DSP Tirumala Sri Umamaheshwara Sharma, Annamacharya Project Director Dr.Medasani Mohan, Temple Deputy EO Sri Munirathnam Reddy, SE II Sri Ramesh Reddy, GM Transport Sri Sesha Reddy, Health Officer Sri Bhishmaiah Naidu, EEs Sri Manohar, Sri Jaganmohan Reddy, Peishkar Sri Chandrasekhar Pillai, Parupattedar Sri Keshava Raju and others were also present.

Saturday, November 5, 2011

PUSHPAYAGAM CELEBRATED IN A COLOURFUL WAY IN TIRUMALA






The annual floral festival, Pushpayagam has been   celebrated in a colourful way in the hill shrine of Tirumala on Thursday.
TTD has cancelled arjitha sevas including Tiruppavadai,   Kalyanotsavam,Brahmotsavam, Unjal Seva, Vasanthotsavam on the day of   Pushpayagam on Thursday.
Following the birth star of Lord Venkateswara Sravana Nakshatram on   Thursday in the holy month of Karthika, the processional deities of Lord   Malayappa Swamy flanked by his two consorts Sri Devi and Bhu Devi has beenbrought to the Kalyanamandapam in Sampangi prakaram where Snapana Tirumanjanam was performed.
Later the deities were given a celestial floral bath with over seven   tonnes of 18 different varieties of traditonal flowers including Chamanti,   Lilly, Roses,Nandivardanam, Tulsi, Marukam, Davanam etc. As soon as the   flowers touched the chest of the Lord, they were removed and again floral bath was given to the deities amidst the chanting of vedic hymns by pundits. After repeating the process for 20 times the priests offered Nakshatra Harati and Special Harati.
Hon'ble minister Sri Kanna Lakshminarayana, TTD board chairman Sri Kanumuri Bapiraju, TTD EO Sri LV Subramanyam, Joint   EO's Sri KS Srinivasa raju, Sri Venkatrami Reddy, Chittoor MP Sri Sivaprasad, CVSO Sri MK Singh, Chief Engineer Sri   Chandrasekhar Reddy, SE II Sri Ramesh Reddy, Garden Superintendent SriSrinivas and other officials, temple priests, Grihasta Bhaktas took part in   this ritual.



Tuesday, November 1, 2011

SRI VARI ANNUAL PUSHPAYAGAM IN TIRUMALA ON NOVEMBER 3


The hill shrine of Tirumala is all set to celebrate the most colourful festival, Pushpayagam on Novmeber 3, Thursday with Ankurarpanam to the festival on November 2.

TTD has cancelled arjitha sevas like Vasanthotsavam and Sahasradeepalankara Seva following Ankurarpana on November 2 and sevas including Tiruppavadai, Kalyanotsavam, Brahmotsavam, Unjal Seva, Vasanthotsavam on the day of Pushpayagam on Thursday.

It is a known fact that every day in Tirumala is a festive day and there is no exaggeration that nearly 450 festivals are being performed to the Lord of Lords in Tirumala hill shrine round the year. Among all rituals the most colourful ritual is Pushpayagam. Usually this ceremony is performed in the month of Karthika after annual Brahmotsavam on the asterism of Sravanam.

After performing two archanas and two naivedyams, the processional deities of Lord Malayappa Swamy flanked by his two consorts Sri Devi and Bhu Devi will be brought to the Kalyanamandapam by 1pm on that day where in homas and Snapana Tirumanjanam is performed.

Later the deities will be given a celestial floral bath with over seven tonnes of 18 different varieties of traditonal flowers including Chamanti, Lilly, Roses, Nandivardanam, Tulsi, Marukam, Davanam etc. As soon as the flowers touch the chest of the Lord, they will be removed and again floral bath will be given to the deities amidst the chanting of vedic hymns by pundits. This process will be repeated for twenty times. And finally the colourful floral ceremony concludes on a grant note with the priests offering special arti to the deities by 5pm.

TTD officials, temple priests will participate in this ritual.

Sunday, October 30, 2011

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Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Moksada Ekadasi December 6 ,2011


Mokshada Ekadashi is observed during the waxing phase of the moon in the month of November – December. The importance of this Ekadasi was narrated to Yudhishtira by Lord Krishna and is found in the Brahmanda Purana. Fasting and observing this Ekadasi helps in destroying all the sins. In 2011, the date of Mokshada Ekadashi is December 6. Ekadasi fasting is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is observed twice in every Hindu month.
There is a popular belief that observing Mokshada Ekadasi will help in granting heaven to dead forefathers. Legend has it that King Vaikanasa, a popular ruler, once had a dream that his father was in hell. The King found himself helpless as he could not help his father with all his power and riches. Soon he took the advice of Parvata Muni, who had the knowledge of past, present and future.
Parvata Muni found that the father of King Vaikanasa had committed some sins and as a result he was suffering in hell. To help his father the Saint asked him to observe Moksada Ekadasi.
Soon the king, his wife and relatives observed Mokshada Ekadashi and saved the King’s father from hell.
All the normal rules associated with Ekadasi fasting is observed on the day.

Gita Jayanti – Bhagavad Geeta Jayanthi


Gita Jayanti, also referred as Bhagawad Geetha Jayanthi, is the day when the Bhagvad Gita was rendered by Lord Krishna to Arjuna in the Kurukshetra on the first day of the famous 18-day battle in the Mahabharata. In 2011, the date of Gita Jayanti is December 6. Gita Jayanthi falls on the Ekadashi day of Shukla Paksha (the bright half) of the Margashirsha month (November-December) in traditional Hindi calendar.
 The greatest quality of Bhagavad Gita is that it prompts you to think, it prompts you to take decision, and it prompts you to look at life differently and refreshingly and all this without surrendering your individuality.
Bhagavad Gita adapts to the present and discusses an issue by rooting itself in the present. Every moment a confused Arjuna opens the Gita to take the advice of Krishna. And through the immortal Bhagavad Gita, Lord Krishna has been discussing and debating and finding solutions to the various problems faced by the confused Arjunas for centuries and will continue to do the same forever.
The day is observed all around the world with the reading of Bhagavad Gita, which is referred outside India as the Bible of the Hindus. Discussions and seminars are organized on the day.
All Hindu temples, especially those dedicated to Lord Vishnu and Lord Krishna, conduct special pujas on the day.
The ideal way to celebrate Gita Jayanti is by reading at least a stanza from the Bhagavad Gita.

Saphala Ekadashi – Safala Ekadasi December 21,2011


Mokshada Ekadashi is observed during the waxing phase of the moon in the month of November – December. The importance of this Ekadasi was narrated to Yudhishtira by Lord Krishna and is found in the Brahmanda Purana. Fasting and observing this Ekadasi helps in destroying all the sins. In 2011, the date of Mokshada Ekadashi is December 6. Ekadasi fasting is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is observed twice in every Hindu month.
There is a popular belief that observing Mokshada Ekadasi will help in granting heaven to dead forefathers. Legend has it that King Vaikanasa, a popular ruler, once had a dream that his father was in hell. The King found himself helpless as he could not help his father with all his power and riches. Soon he took the advice of Parvata Muni, who had the knowledge of past, present and future.
Parvata Muni found that the father of King Vaikanasa had committed some sins and as a result he was suffering in hell. To help his father the Saint asked him to observe Moksada Ekadasi.
Soon the king, his wife and relatives observed Mokshada Ekadashi and saved the King’s father from hell.
All the normal rules associated with Ekadasi fasting is observed on the day.
The day is also observed as Gita Jayanti.

Utpanna Ekadashi – Uttpatti Ekadasi November 21 ,2011


Utpanna Ekadasi, or Uttpatti Ekadashi, is observed during the waning phase of the moon in the month of November – December.  In 2011, the date of Utpanna Ekadasi is November 21. The importance of this Ekadasi was explained to Arjuna by Lord Krishna and is found in Bhavishyottara Purana. For those devotees who like to begin the monthly Ekadasi fasting, Uttpatti Ekadasi is the Ekadashi that they should start with.

All the sins accumulated during the previous births and this birth are washed away by observing Uttpatti Ekadashi and this leads to Moksha.

Fresh beginners who want to undertake Ekadasi fasting start it with Utpanna Ekadasi. They can continue it forever or for a year. How long it is continued depends on the devotee.

All the normal rules associated with Ekadasi are observed during Utpanna Ekadashi.

Utthana Ekadasi November 6 2011


Utthana Ekadasi, or Prabodhini Ekadashi, is observed during the waxing phase of moon in the month of Kartik (October – November). In 2011, the date of Utthana Ekadasi or Dev Prabodhini Ekadashi is November 6. The importance of Dev Prabodhini Ekadasi narrated to Sage Narada by Brahma. The divine conversation is found in the Skanda Purana. Observing this Ekadasi is believed to help in getting rid of the guilt associated with sins committed and is also a path to liberation (Moksha). Ekadasi is an important fast dedicated to Lord Vishnu.

The famous Tulsi Vivah festival is performed on the day by some communities and also on the day after Ekadasi in some regions. The Chatur Mas period also ends with Prabodhini Ekadashi. The famous Kartik Month Pandarpur Yatra also concludes on the day.

All the normal rules associated with Ekadasi fasting are observed on the day.
Utthana Ekadasi, which falls in the Kartik month, is considered highly auspicious by Lord Vishnu devotees. Staunch Vishnu devotees observe a rigid fast on the day by skipping food and staying awake during night. Majority of the people take one meal mostly in the evening and visit shrines dedicated to Lord Vishnu.

Rama Ekadasi Vrat Katha – The story associated with Rama Ekadashi Fasting


Rama Ekadasi is observed during the waning phase of moon in the month of September/October. The importance of the fast and the story associated it with was narrated to Yudhishtira by Lord Krishna. People observing the fast read or listen to the Rama Ekadasi Vrat Katha. It is said that this Ekadasi is a wish fulfilling one.
Legend has it that there lived a powerful and famous king named Muchukunda. He was an ardent devotee of Lord Vishnu and his kingdom was famous through out the world.
King Muchukunda had a daughter named Chandrabhaga, she was married to Prince Shobhana. Once, the newly married prince and princess visited Muchukunda. It was during the Ekadasi period and Princess Chandrabhaga was worried as Prince Shobhana was weak and could not bear hunger so he will not be able to observe Ekadasi fasting. King Muchukunda was strict about observing Ekadasi fasting.
So Princess Chandrabhaga asked the prince to return back to his kingdom. But Prince Shobhana wanted to observe the Ekadasi fasting.
All the people in the kingdom including the Prince started observing the fast. At night all the people kept vigil. Prince Shobhana could not bear the hunger and thirst and died during the course of the night.
Due to the influence of observing Rama Ekadasi, Prince Shobhana became the king of Devapura – kingdom of celestial beings – and the city was located atop the Mandara Mountain. But the kingdom was a temporary one as the Prince had only observed the Ekadasi fasting once.
Once a learned saint from the land of King Muchukunda visited Shobhana. The Prince was happy to receive the saint and to hear about his wife. Then Shobhana told the saint that he needed the help of his wife to make his temporary kingdom permanent as she was always observing Ekadasi fasting and she has the power to do it.
The saint went to the Princess and told about her husband, Shobhana, and his new Kingdom. Princess Chandrabhaga wanted to meet her husband and for this she took the help of Sage Vamadeva who was residing in theMandara Mountain. Soon she was transported to the temporary celestial kingdom of her husband. Due to the power of observing Rama Ekadasi the kingdom became permanent and royal couple became celestial beings.

Rama Ekadasi 2011 October 23



Rama Ekadasi is observed on the 11th day of the Krishna Paksha or waning phase of moon in September/October. Rama Ekadasi 2011 date is October 23. The corresponding moon in traditional North Indian calendar is Kartik month. In other regions it is Ashwin month and in Tamil culture it is the Puratassi month. It is believed that by observing Rama Ekadashi one can wash away all sins committed.
The popular story associated with Rama Ekadashi is that of a prince who in spite of his physical weakness performed the Ekadasi ritual and got benefits of it during his next life.
Ekadashi is an important day dedicated to Lord Vishnu in a Hindu lunar month and it occurs twice in a month. The significance of Rama Ekadasi was narrated to Yudhishtira by Lord Krishna and is recorded in the Brahmavaivarta Purana.
All the usual rules associated with Ekadasi fasting is observed during Rama Ekadashi. Grains and rice are avoided on the day by devotees observing fast.

Monday, October 17, 2011

విమానం వేంకటేశ్వరుడు

మనం తిరుమల లో అఖిలాండ కోటి బ్రహ్మాండ నాయకుడైన ఆ శ్రీవేంకటేశ్వరుని దర్సించి, పిదప , విమానం లో వున్న వేంకటేశ్వరునికి దండం పెట్టుకుంటాం. ఇది చాలా మంది భక్తులు చేసేదే. అయితే ఇలా యెందుకు పెట్టూకుంటాము అంటే, చాలా మంది వద్ద సమాధానం వుండదు. ప్రతీ గుడి గోపురం మీద ఆ ఆలయం యొక్క మూల విరాట్ స్వరూపం చెక్కబడి వుంటుంది. అలా అని మరి మనం అన్ని ఆలయాలలోనూ, విమానం(గోపురం) లో వున్న వేల్పును కొలవటంలేదు కదా. కేవలం తిరుమల లోనే ఈ ఆచారం వుంది. ఇది యెందుకో తెలుసుకుందాం.

శ్రీకృష్ణదేవరాయలు నాలుగవ సంవత్సరం లోనే రాజ్యాభిషిక్తులు అయ్యారు. ఆయన రాజుగా వున్నప్పుడు, ఆ రాజ్యపు రాజ గురువు వ్యాస తీర్థుల వారు అనుకుంటా) అన్నిటికీ పెద్దగా వ్యవహరించే వారు. తిరుమల ఆలయం వైఖానస ఆగమం ప్రకారం నడపబడే ఆలయం. ఆ కాలంలో ఒక భయంకరమైన వ్యాధి ప్రబలి, తిరుమల లోని వైఖానసులు అందరూ కూడా మృత్యువాత పడ్డారు. అప్పుడు స్వామి వారు, వ్యాస తీర్థుల వారి కలలో కనిపించి, "ఆలయం లో అర్చకత్వం చేసే అర్హత వున్న వారు యెవరూ లేరూ(అందరూ గతించారు), ఒక మగ శిశువు మాత్రం ఒక తల్లి గర్భం లో వున్నాడు. వాడు పుట్టి, పన్నెండు సంవత్సరాలు వేదం నేర్చుకున్నాక, మల్లి ఆలయం లో పూజదికాలు మొదలుపెట్టండి. అప్పటిదాకా నేను ఆలయ విమానం మీదనే వాసం చేస్తాను" అని శెలవిచ్చారట . ఆ విధంగా, విమానం లో వున్న మూర్తి లోకి స్వామి వారు ప్రవేసించారు. తిరుమల ఆలయం 12 సంవత్సరాలు మూసివేయబడింది. ఆ 12 సంవత్సరాలు కూడా, పూజాదికాలు విమానం లో వున్న స్వామి కే చేయబడినాయి. అందువల్ల,విమానం లొ వున్న స్వామి వారికి ఆ విశిష్తత యేర్పడింది.

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·         AnikadavataAnikadavata






·         ATANI GUDINAPPUDEATANI GUDINAPPUDE

·         AVADHAARU DEVA (NANA)AVADHAARU DEVA (NANA)

·         Ayameva Ayameva - BKPAyameva Ayameva - BKP

·         baDalenu pAnupu paracarEbaDalenu pAnupu paracarE


·         BhaktikoladivadeBhaktikoladivade


·         brahmakadiginabrahmakadigina

·         chAlanovvi sEyuchAlanovvi sEyu

·         chelinivumodalane_susilachelinivumodalane_susila

·         CheriYasodakuCheriYasodaku

·         chittagimchumide_NCSridevichittagimchumide_NCSridevi

·         chittaginchumamataluchittaginchumamatalu

·         chUDavammachUDavamma

·         chudavammakrishnudu_ncsridevichudavammakrishnudu_ncsridevi

·         chududindariki_bhairavi_bkpchududindariki_bhairavi_bkp

·         cUDarammacUDaramma


  
·         dinudanenu_ncsridevidinudanenu_ncsridevi



·         emtativaralu_NCSrideviemtativaralu_NCSridevi

·         entamatramunaentamatramuna

·         ENTHA NERUCHU KONNADI (GBKP)ENTHA NERUCHU KONNADI (GBKP)

·         ettugUDepeMDliyOgamuettugUDepeMDliyOgamu

·         GolletalanintaseseGolletalanintasese


·         HariAvataramitadu_ShobharajuHariAvataramitadu_Shobharaju


·         Hariyavathaarame - BKPHariyavathaarame - BKP

·         idiyE vEdAMta miMduidiyE vEdAMta miMdu

·         idiyesadhanamihaparamulakuidiyesadhanamihaparamulaku


·         Itani mahimalu yeMtani ceppedaItani mahimalu yeMtani ceppeda

·         itarula naDugamu yitaDE mAdAtaitarula naDugamu yitaDE mAdAta

·         itarulakuninunerugaitarulakuninuneruga

·         ITHADE ATHADU KAABOLU (GBKP)ITHADE ATHADU KAABOLU (GBKP)

·         Ithanikante Ghanulika LeruIthanikante Ghanulika Leru

·         iTTe saMsArikEdiyu lEdAyaiTTe saMsArikEdiyu lEdAya

·         Itu Ninu Theliyaga EnthatiItu Ninu Theliyaga Enthati

·         Jaalo JaaliJaalo Jaali

·         janatanaladevujampugolletajanatanaladevujampugolleta

·         Jo Achyuthananda - KapiJo Achyuthananda - Kapi

·         Kadaludipi - BKPKadaludipi - BKP


·         KaladimdeMataKaladimdeMata


·         kevalakrishnavatara_ncsridevikevalakrishnavatara_ncsridevi

·         Kolichite RakshincheKolichite Rakshinche


·         madhavabhudhava_abhogi_bkpmadhavabhudhava_abhogi_bkp


·         marigivirepomarigivirepo


·         Minchi Devaanganalu - BKPMinchi Devaanganalu - BKP




·         Nee Kadhamrutham - BKPNee Kadhamrutham - BKP




·         nityAtmuDaiyuMDi nityuDainityAtmuDaiyuMDi nityuDai

·         okkokkasatinaduma_ncsrideviokkokkasatinaduma_ncsridevi

·         peTTani kOTiMdaripeTTani kOTiMdari

·         pUvubONula koluvE puShpayAgamupUvubONula koluvE puShpayAgamu

·         RACHHA KEKKITHIVI NEEVU (GBKP)RACHHA KEKKITHIVI NEEVU (GBKP)

·         RaRaChinnannaRaRaChinnanna

·         sagamu mAnisisagamu mAnisi

·         Saranu Saranu RaamachandhraSaranu Saranu Raamachandhra

·         saranusaranusurendra_nedunurisaranusaranusurendra_nedunuri

·         SevebhaveSevebhave





·         tiruvIdhuleginitiruvIdhulegini




·         UrakEdorakunAUrakEdorakunA


·         Uyyala BaalunoochedharuUyyala Baalunoochedharu

·         Vaade Venkateshudane - BKPVaade Venkateshudane - BKP


·         vEdamulu nutiMchagavEdamulu nutiMchaga

·         vinnapAluvinnapAlu




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